MOUNTING - Display Your Artwork Properly
Step-by-Step Demonstration for Mounting Your Rice Paper Based Artwork
Once you have created pieces of artwork, you must want to get them displayed properly. They are part of your life, success and approach to show. I would like to bring this step-by-step instruction and demonstration to you from preparation to the final mounted product. It will be a great idea to mount a couple of pieces work during the practice.
This practice will cover these steps:
Cut backing paper
Remove wrinkles from artwork
Back up the mounting paper
Attach mounted work onto board
Remove artwork from board
Once your artwork is completely removed from the board, it is ready to be stored into your portfolio folder, or you may place it directly into frame your prefer. You will be very proud for what you have achieved both in art and meditation work.
Please remember: a raw artwork only provides 30% of look, a mounted artwork attracts 70%, and final framed work will gain 100% great look. Keep going!
Any question? Email me at: [email protected], I will be happy to help you out.
Holding Master Degree in Art Education and over twenty-five years professional experiences, Wenyun Hua's art is a combination of Eastern and Western style, an expression of journey between the two cultures and common understanding. Currently she teaches Art Meditation, Chinese Brush Painting, Art in Mixed Media, Drawing and Painting, Watercolour Woodblock Printmaking courses in various professional art education and art school settings in Toronto, CANADA.
She has greatest passion to share the joy of breaking boundary, open-mind and unlimited creativities. She gained a numerous grants and awards for her art and teaching. Her artwork can be found in collections throughout North America, Europe, Australia and Asia.
StartMaking Paste (3:34)
StartCut Backing Paper
StartPosition Mark (4:07)
StartRemove Wrinkles (4:31)
StartApply Paste and Backing (4:57)
StartRemove from Table and Attach to Surface (4:43)
StartRepeat above mounting steps for other art pieces (10:41)
StartRemove Art from Surface (10:10)